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FCW : July 30, 2013
20 July 30, 2013 FCW.COM presidents Bush and Obama," he said. But his efforts caused consternation among members of both political par- ties, and those programs are mostly still intact. The Virginia Democrat also voiced unhappiness with sequestration s across-the-board budget cuts, which he called "stupidity on steroids... like a cancer growing from the inside," because the cuts sti e medi- cal research and compound the mili- tary s problems. Still, the Harvard Law School gradu- ate and venture-capital pioneer said he is not discouraged and he wants agency officials to know that they have an ally in the effort to improve government performance. With his mix of warmth and frus- tration for Washington, Warner seems most comfortable when he is speaking with or about entrepreneurs. That s not surprising given his corporate suc- cess as a co-founder of the cellular phone company that became Nextel, which later merged with Sprint Com- munications and made him one of the wealthiest members of Congress. His business success is rooted in his attention to management, which has remained his priority as a pub- lic of cial. It is an area "that I still get jazzed about," he told the Vir- ginia General Assembly in his 2006 farewell address as governor, during which he recapped his reorganization of the state s government, including the establishment of centralized pur- chasing, and his "cutting-edge con- solidation of information technology." As he nears the end of his first term in the Senate, his proudest leg- islative accomplishment is a statutory mouthful known as the Government Performance and Results Moderniza- tion Act. That little-known law, which he pushed through the Senate in 2010, is designed to encourage common objectives across federal agencies and review their progress on a quar- terly basis. "When Congress adds 50 goals, that means that there are no goals," Warner told FCW. "I want to limit programs to having three to ve goals." Following initial resistance by the Of ce of Management and Budget --- which Warner said is "more B than M" --- he voiced hope that executive branch of cials are starting to imple- ment the new law. He praised OMB s release in early June of a program inventory from each Cabinet depart- ment as a step toward reducing dupli- cation and improving ef ciency. But, "When Congress adds 50 goals, that means that there are no goals. I want to limit programs to having three to ve goals."
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